A level results in England by grade 2017/18

A level pass rates in England in the academic year 2017/18, by level of achievement

A level results in England by grade 2017/18 This statistic shows the A level examination result rates in England for the academic year 2017/18, by grade achieved. The most common grade achieved was 'B', at 26.5 percent, with only 8.2 percent of students achieving A*, the highest grade available.
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A level pass rates in England in the academic year 2017/18, by level of achievement

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2016/2017
A*26.7%8.2%
A24.2%18.4%
B5.9%26.5%
C1.8%24%
D26.9%14.6%
E6.1%
Other*2.2%
2016/2017
A*26.7%8.2%
A24.2%18.4%
B5.9%26.5%
C1.8%24%
D26.9%14.6%
E6.1%
Other*2.2%
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This statistic shows the A level examination result rates in England for the academic year 2017/18, by grade achieved. The most common grade achieved was 'B', at 26.5 percent, with only 8.2 percent of students achieving A*, the highest grade available.
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